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GREEN BAY — Kurt Angle’s in-ring return last night was almost too good to be true. But all good things must end, and so The Olympic Hero got right back to business as Raw General Manager less than 24 hours after suiting up with The Shield by sanctioning a series of Champion vs. Champion Matches for WWE Survivor Series.

And they were quite a slate of contests indeed: Alexa Bliss vs. Natalya in a battle of Women’s Champions, Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins vs. The Usos in the Tag Team Champion crossover that Twitter foretold, and a bout pitting United States Champion Baron Corbin against Intercontinental Champion The Miz. He also announced there would be a pair of traditional Survivor Series Elimination Matches — one between the male Superstars of the two shows and one between the women.

Speaking of The Miz, The A-Lister quickly inserted himself into the proceedings with Curtis Axel, Cesaro & Sheamus in tow, demanding Angle’s resignation for once again maneuvering the spotlight away from the Intercontinental Champion. Ambrose & Rollins arrived to shore up the odds, but Angle opted not to don the black once again for the ensuing Six-Man Tag Team Match, instead subbing in a surprise SmackDown LIVE Superstar who’d stuck around for an extra night: AJ Styles.

AJ Styles showed up to WWE TLC on about five minutes of sleep and still gave “The Demon” Finn Bálor the fight of his life. So, you can imagine how the former WWE Champion competed after a full night’s rest when he teamed with The Shield against the formidable combo of The Miz & The Bar in Raw’s opening contest.

For one, Styles’ presence was a galvanizing force for his two teammates, who had been through a hellish TLC Match not 24 hours earlier, to say nothing of a Raw audience that was pumped to see the former WWE Champion again. And he proved to be a life-saver as well, tagging into the match in the waning minutes when Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins needed him most. A Phenomenal Forearm to Cesaro earned the victory after The Shield dispatched Miz and Sheamus with stereo suicide dives, but the arrival of Kane and subsequent five-on-three beatdown ended Styles’ night on a note that was far from phenomenal.

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Which brand has the better Tag Team Champions? Raw’s Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins and SmackDown’s Jimmy & Jey Uso will answer that question when they brawl in a battle for brand supremacy on Sunday, Nov. 19, at WWE Survivor Series.

These highly-acclaimed titleholders are no strangers to one another, having exchanged pleasantries a few months ago in response to a WWE.com poll asking who could dethrone the Raw Tag Team Titleholders. The tag teams traded scathing words via Twitter, as both duos seemed keen on the idea of finding out which tandem fit the bill as WWE’s best tag team champions.

Since then, both teams have faced tremendous obstacles. Ambrose & Rolllins have proven to be nearly unstoppable, most recently defying the odds of a hellacious 5-on-3 Tables, Ladders & Chairs Handicap Match alongside Kurt Angle. Meanwhile, The Usos lost their coveted titles to The New Day but got their retribution when they overcame them in an epic Hell in a Cell Match to win back the tag team gold.

With both pairs of Superstars sitting atop their respective brand’s Tag Team divisions, it’s time to finally settle the score and see who is the better tandem. The 30th annual WWE Survivor Series will play host to a battle for brand supremacy between Raw and SmackDown LIVE, and both tag team titleholders will be determined to prove their dominance.

Will it be Raw’s Ambrose & Rollins or five-time Tag Team Champions The Usos from SmackDown LIVE who prove to be the best duo in sports-entertainment?

Don’t miss out when The Lunatic Fringe & The Kingslayer collide with Jimmy & Jey on Sunday, Nov. 19, at a special start time of 7 ET/ 4 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

The Shield reunion might be on hold, but that doesn’t mean Dean Ambrose & Seth Rollins are going to war alone. With Roman Reigns unable to join his fellow Hounds of Justice at WWE TLC, WWE Hall of Famer Kurt Angle is competing in a WWE ring for the first time in over 11 years to help the Raw Tag Team Champions wage war against the overwhelming quartet of Braun Strowman, Intercontinental Champion The Miz, Kane, Cesaro & Sheamus in a Tables, Ladders & Chairs Match.

The Olympic Hero’s return to the ring comes at perhaps the most unexpected, yet exciting, point in recent WWE history. The Shield had just reunited in earnest after weeks of prodding at the hands of Intercontinental Champion The Miz, who had needled Reigns over the fact that his brothers in black couldn’t hang in today’s WWE. The A-Lister found himself proven wrong in short order, as Reigns, Rollins and Ambrose got the band back together to brutalize both Miz and Cesaro & Sheamus, who had recently battled over Team Red’s tag titles with The Kingslayer and The Lunatic Fringe.

Ambrose’s over-enthusiastic declaration that The Shield could take on up to five competitors and still win came back to haunt him — twice. First, when Miz pressured Angle, acting in his capacity as Raw General Manager, to add Braun Strowman (a recent Reigns rival) to his squad, and second, when Ambrose reiterated his claims and Strowman defeated Reigns in a Steel Cage Match to add a fifth man to their team, which turned out to be a returning Kane.

Unfortunately, with the stage set for an epic 5-on-3 collision, unforeseen circumstances forced Reigns to the sidelines. But now, Angle, who has dealt with Miz’s animosity for months on end, will spell the former WWE Champion and has a chance to show the Intercontinental Champion that his time hasn’t passed by.

Don’t miss a moment of the action at WWE TLC: Tables, Ladders and Chairs, this Sunday at 8 ET/5 PT, streaming live on the award-winning WWE Network.

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#24: Survivor Series (Team Raw vs Team Smackdown)

asfsdfsdafIf there was a WWE equivalent to a big-budget summer popcorn flick this year, it was undoubtedly the Survivor Series main event. The heavily hyped battle between Raw and SmackDown LIVE was so packed with marquee stars, high stakes and even comic relief (thanks to Team Blue mascot James Ellsworth) that you wouldn’t have been surprised to find out it was directed by Joss Whedon. The nearly hourlong (!) affair — which saw Roman Reigns almost hospitalize Shane McMahon with the ugliest Spear of 2016, The Shield Triple-Powerbomb AJ Styles through an announce table and Randy Orton & Bray Wyatt walk out as survivors — left us slack-jawed, breathless, and asking one question: When’s the sequel? — RYAN MURPHY

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